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  • nancyjthorner  On 03/24/2012 at 3:40 pm

    Mark Steyn’s commentary of today is right on. Below is quote from it:

    “A second-term Obama would roar full throttle to the cliff edge, while a President Romney would be unlikely to do much more than ease off to third gear. At this point, it’s traditional for pundits to warn that if we don’t change course we’re going to wind up like Greece. Presumably they mean that, right now, our national debt, which crossed the Rubicon of 100 percent of GDP just before Christmas, is not as bad as that of Athens, although it’s worse than Britain, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Denmark, and every other European nation except Portugal, Ireland, and Italy. Or perhaps they mean that America’s current deficit-to-GDP ratio is not quite as bad as Greece’s, although it’s worse than that of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, and every other European nation except Ireland.”

    In my opinion, unless Republicans are willing to do what is called for by cutting trillions in spending, it will just take somewhat longer for this nation to self-destruct under Mitt Romney than under a second Obama presidency.

    Power and money have become too important to those who make up the establishment of both parties. It is through handouts that both parties gain favor with their base of support and must continue to act accordingly to keep their support.

    Mitt Romney is not the one to make the tough financial choices necessary, given that he is being pushed toward the presidency by the Republican establishment at large, as well as those in the U.S. Senate and the House, who fail to understand the immediacy of what this nation is facing.

    Keeping the status quo is important to both parties. Both parties try to maneuver state elections to install in the House and the Senate those candidates they perceive best and easiest to work with so as not to rock the boat.

    This maneuvering was done to make certain that Tammy Duckwell would be pitted against Joe Walsh, which represents almost a sure loss for Joe.

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